Law

Whenever a royal or civil sovereign fails to accord due dignity and honour to a deposed or usurped monarch, he or she is in flagrant breach of international law. In fact, it is a blatant affront to civilized society and to the principles of democracy. 

Paradoxically, the UN, which has legislated International Law, opposes those who seek to exert their de jure sovereign entitlements inherent in International LawIn fact, the established sovereign or usurper ignores and brushes off the deposed or usurped monarch as if International Law did not exist!

Consider also how succession is often a matter of expedience rather than rules - "Edward the Confessor, William the Conqueror, William Rufus, Henry I, King Stephen, Henry II, King John, and Henry III [not one of these] eight first Kings (of England) did at first accede to the Crown by Hereditary Right, or Lineal Descent, but succeeded thereto by other Titles".

"After them the Lineal Hereditary Descent was, before the Revolution in 1688, interrupted in the Six Persons of Kings Edward III, Henry IV, Henry V, Henry VI, Edward IV, and Henry VII". 

In International Law, a deposed Monarch is EQUAL in rank to any sovereign, royal (or civil)!

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In order to survive and progress, the ancestors of today's Monarchs sold titles for serious amounts of money. For example, King James 1 of England sold Baronetcies for today's equivalent of around $150,000 each! And today's British Monarch, Queen Elizabeth 2, has benefited from this past. 

Recognized Monarchs, like Queen Elizabeth 2 and Sultan Hassanal of Brunei, tend not, if ever, to lend a helping hand to a fellow Royal Sovereign in exile, although they are blessed with more than enough means to do so. 

It is convenient for them to forget how their ancestors obtained their wealth - from spoils of war, illegal confiscation of properties, and sale of titles!

When King Henry 8 made himself Head of the Church in England, he sacked Roman Catholic monasteries and convents and filled his Royal Coffers with their wealth. As Head of the Church of England, Queen Elizabeth 2 has benefited from great fortunes.

Yet International Law recognizes the deposed monarch is of EQUAL RANK to any established monarch, and much more!

"It is extremely rare that people interested in nobility and royalty fully understand or comprehend the legal right of the sovereign head of a deposed royal house to be a fons honorum with the lawful right to award honors and give special recognitions" (from The Entitlement to Rule, Prof.Stephen B Kerr)

         International Law recognizes and acknowledges the inherent and continuing legal rights of a MonarchMonarchy in Exile, like Lithuania and Europa.                        However, "There seems to be a strong bias against the monarch in exile, not in the law, but in how it is applied or administered.                                                        Thus he is ignored, brushed off  and hindered from making any progress in re-obtaining his former rule"                                                                                                 (http://en.allexperts.com/q/Anglicans-943/2010/12/f/International-law-deposed-monarchs.htm - at paragraph 6)

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 "The absent sovereign remains the de jure government of the country"  (Oppenheimer, "Governments and Authorities in Exile," American Journal of International Law, p. 571)  (Hersch Lauterpacht, C. J. Greenwood, International Law Reports, p. 559)

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             "The consistent use of regal titles and arms is equal or equivalent to ... a  series of competent protests [which] will keep a de jure claim alive indefinitely"                           (Dr. Stephen B. Kerr, special counsel to the Imperial and Royal House of Habsburg).

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The reality today for the De Jure Sovereign (dispossessed monarch) is that, although he/she has rights in International Law, there is currently no legal mechanism whereby these rights can be established or enforced. The UN appears to be a toothless tiger when it comes to providing justice, return of property or restitution for the dispossessed or exiled monarch. King Roman has proposed to the UN the creation of a Royal Court of Justice to specifically adjudicate such claims and make appropriate orders. As a European Citizen, he has made a similar approach to the European Parliament to create a Royal Court of Justice to adjudicate and administer monarchic claims.       

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                                                  A LETTER FROM KING ROMAN TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT 09/09/16                                           "Dear Sir, Greetings from Darwin Australia. I am a European Citizen and (multiple) De Jure Sovereign. As a student of European and International Law, I have become aware of a woeful inadequacy in both, namely the lack of a Royal Court to administer justice and relief to the deposed (dispossessed/exiled) monarch. This situation is exacerbated by the fact that International Law recognizes the De Jure Sovereign and inherently accords him rights. However, these rights are not able to be asserted in any practical manner, or to be insisted on before, and are therefore ignored by, established Global and European sovereigns. This arises because of the lack of ANY legal mechanism to adjudicate and administer this area of law. There is NO justice available to the deposed monarch: the deposed monarch exists in a veritable wasteland. Yet it ought not to be so. There ought to be a Royal Court of Justice, both in the European Union and (for those outside the EU) within the United Nations forum. One to adjudicate, for example, on my right to the Grand Duchy of Lithuania (from 1967, and since 2004 renamed but not yet seen as the Kingdom of Lithuania), and to the Kingdom of Europa (formerly East Europe, containing the Kingdom of Lithuania) - visit www.KingRoman.eu /.org for details. As a European citizen, and one to be accorded the respect owed to a Sovereign, I look forward to your early reply. Sincerely, Roman R" (EU CASE # 101000072235)

                      The Entitlement to Rule                      "These two volumes probably represent the most important book that has ever been written on deposed sovereignty"

"If a person is a Sovereign, even without recognition from the country to which he is heir, he is entitled to recognition and to Sovereign Privileges and Sovereign Immunity" (Professor Stephen B Kerr, The Entitlement to Rule)

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"Sovereignty depends not upon external factors, but upon the person in whom such status resides. Such entitlement is independent of diplomatic lists, and exists of itself in the person of the Sovereign" (Kerr)

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"All sovereigns are equal ... in rank. Sovereign equality under the law was a part of the Treaty of Westphalia (1648) and is enshrined in the Charter of the United Nations (1945) as a law" (Kerr)

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"The deposed monarch is entitled to full recognition by other sovereigns, and all nations and all people, adhering to the moral and ethical principles implicit in International Law" ("King and Constitution in International Law," The Augustan, vol. 18, no. 4, 1977, p. 126). 


                  ALL ABOVE DE JURE SOVEREIGN RIGHTS/ PRIVILEGES ARE IGNORED BY WORLD LEADERS                                                                                                                                       *                                                                                                                    Wikipedia stated some rights of the deposed monarch. However, King Roman has had these removed from this page because the Wikipedia statements are proven unsubstantiated.

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CONTRARY TO INTERNATIONAL LAW, RECOGNITION IS ONLY ALLOWED TO MEMBER STATES OF THE EU & UN

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Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union

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The Universal Declaration of Human Rights

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Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties

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Audiovisual Library of International Law

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Rights of the European Citizen

Although Baltic republics were proclaimed in 1991 by civil usurpation, Gedroyc-Dambski never ceded its rightful claim to the Grand Duchy of Lithuania                                                                     and Princely title, and His Majesty continues as de jure Sovereign                                                                 Grotius On the Law of War and Peace states that: "A ruler who is deprived of the actual control of his country by either an invader or by revolutionaries nevertheless remains the legitimate de                jure sovereign of his country while the de facto government set up by the revolutionaries or the invader is considered as a “usurper”, both constitutionally and internationally".                              

SPONSORS are requested - to enable full legal restoration of MONARCHY and JUSTICE according to International Law

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